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I have been using keeper for a while now, both on Android and the Chrome extension.

I got the popup recently that says my trial is over. I rely heavily on the sync-ability between my laptop browser extension and my Android device. I have over 80 passwords. 

I can not find any menu in the app that lets me export the password to another format.

Can someone suggest a free or open-source password manager that has an Android app + Chrome extension? Sync required.

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Hi Fellow haven't seen you for a while, good to see you back -

Keepass is the way to go

Scroll down a bit and you will see the whole shebang:

https://keepass.info/download.html

https://keepass.info/plugins.html

Not sure but I believe this is KeePass on chrome:
https://techualization.blogspot.com/2013/12/browsepass-as-chrome-app.html

 

 

 

 

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51 minutes ago, pwired said:

Hi Fellow haven't seen you for a while, good to see you back -

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Thanks amigo 🙂 glad to be back.

Years ago, I relied heavily on KeePass but stopped using it when syncing became cumbersome and unreliable between my Windows laptop, Debian desktop and Android devices 😞 

11 minutes ago, wbmnfktr said:

Moved away to LastPass

I will give it a go! Seems perfect, high ratings, easy to use.

Now just gotta export all my Keeper passwords.

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30 minutes ago, wbmnfktr said:

Was a fan of 1Password. Moved away to LastPass. Never got comfortable with KeePass.

What made you change? Long time user of 1Password here and didn't see a good reason to move away. Price is almost the same.

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38 minutes ago, OrganizedFellow said:

Now just gotta export all my Keeper passwords.

At least for 1Password there was a real good guide. LastPass allows CSV imports which make things easier.

35 minutes ago, Sergio said:

What made you change? Long time user of 1Password here and didn't see a good reason to move away.

There is no real reson for you to move away.

I have had license problems and didn't want to pay each month for something I already paid for several times.

A while back they changed their pricing model and switched to montly fees. I have had 3 licenses (first one bought in 2007) in total back then plus the iOS apps and then suddenly it became awkward. I didn't feel comfortable being pushed towards monthly fees to use syncing and everything. They were nice and did some good moves for a while but at the end I moved nonetheless.

I'm not angry with them and still recommend their solution but no... I'm out. Looked for an alternative solution and found it with LastPass.

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I have tried them all, but 1password is worth every $ per month. Great application with great UX once you have set-up the right urls and 2FA. And great support too.

edit: I see you ask for a free solution. I used Keepass a while, but I felt buggy and sync wasn't really great. So if you do freelancing or have a business a 3$/month would be a no-brainer in my opinion.

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3 hours ago, MrSnoozles said:

I was searching a lot too and settled on https://bitwarden.com/  Maybe it fits your needs as well.

 

Thanks MrSnoozles, I have settled with LastPass for it's browser integration, high ratings and Win + Android compatibility 🙂

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I've uses LastPass a couple years. Love having the chrome extension at hand to get any pass. Autofill might not always work great tho.

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Lastpass is pretty solid, and the free tier offers quite a lot.

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We are also using 1Password in our team. Though it's not the chepaest option, it's easy to use and has a good right management..

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It's in the context menu. Just right click the password input field and you'll see it.

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1 hour ago, diogo said:

It's in the context menu. Just right click the password input field and you'll see it.

Interesting. Never occurred to right click 🙂 

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Don't forget to consider using a 2nd factor as well as a password manager, particularly consider 2FA for your email accounts (where possible.) 

Authy works great for places where you can't use something more solid like a YubiKey. If you do go down the YubiKey route, get 2 of them and put both of them on your accounts and then keep one of them locked up somewhere as your backup.

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Why not just use Chrome's built in password manager that syncs with your Google account? Works flawlessly. I used 1Password for several years and it became a buggy mess, in addition to the whole subscription fiasco vs. desktop app. While Chrome's password manager doesn't have certain categorization features or editing capability after a password is saved, I realized it's really not that necessary.

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Just now, Jonathan Lahijani said:

Why not just use Chrome's built in password manager that syncs with your Google account? 

Because I have over 80 passwords across multiple categories 😁😜 

Some web services I use two different email addresses, so two different passwords.

+ having a Notes section helps.

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On 3/29/2019 at 8:32 PM, adrian said:

I am surprised Enpass (https://www.enpass.io/) hasn't come up - does everyone know something I don't about it 🙂

This has been my manager of choice but sadly no longer. Since I put LineageOs on my Android phone (without the Google Play Store) it is impossible to activicate my registered copy of Enpass. I bet you did not know this 😁 I moved to Bitwarden as a result.

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On 3/30/2019 at 8:56 AM, Jonathan Lahijani said:

Why not just use Chrome's built in password manager that syncs with your Google account? Works flawlessly. I used 1Password for several years and it became a buggy mess, in addition to the whole subscription fiasco vs. desktop app. While Chrome's password manager doesn't have certain categorization features or editing capability after a password is saved, I realized it's really not that necessary.

It's not as foolproof as you might think it is.

https://hackernoon.com/why-you-should-never-save-passwords-on-chrome-or-firefox-96b770cfd0d0

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